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Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby Grammaton » Aug 13th, '09, 14:04

Top 10 ar literatūras darbiem, kurus vajadzētu pārvērst videospēlēs. Liste ņemta no ign.com.

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Fahrenheit 451 - Facebook Game

Social networking services like Twitter and Facebook are all the rage these days, a trend which writer Ray Bradbury would likely decry as yet another example of the decay of human discourse into non-contextual "factoids." But he'll surely change his mind when he hears about our proposal for Fahrenheit 451: The Facebook Game. You play as either Guy or Gal Montag, and you begin by building and recruiting a network of friends. Each one you add gives you a boost of fuel for your virtual flamethrower. Then, when the time is right, you'll strike out on a series of missions to destroy their Goodreads libraries. Burn, Twilight series, buuuuurn!
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9
The Grapes of Wrath - Farming Sim

John Steinbeck's classic is looked to as an indelible snapshot of what life was like for the millions of Americans living through the Great Depression. To bring this over to the videogame world, we'd put you in charge of the Joad clan in a farming sim. Seeing as how everything's screwed as you make your way from the Dust Bowl to California, you have to make the choice of what farms to stop at, how long to sharecrop, and when to get going. You'll have other Okies to compete with, so success is all about finding a plot, farming it well, and moving on quickly.
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8
All Quiet on the Western Front - Shooter

OK, spoiler alert. A lot of the descriptions here are a bit funny by design. You know, making jokes about how these things are set to become games. But we're not going to do that here. Erich Maria Remarque's classic takes the events of World War I, views them through the lens of a German soldier, and deals with the personal pain and devastation war brings to the men fighting it. Rather than have our first-person shooter be the testosteronefest the genre is known for that glorifies fighting, our bouts and battles would function more as set pieces to lead you to cutscenes depicting Paul B?umer's personal, bitter story.
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7
Catcher in the Rye - DDR Game

Most readers can get behind the plight of Holden Caulfield, a teen recently expelled from his college prep school and disillusioned about just about everything. Still, some high schoolers just can't get through J.D. Salinger's work. We'll make it easy. Here, you'll watch the events of the book unfold -- the fighting with your roommate, dancing with some girls, and fighting with a hooker's pimp -- while groovin' to mood-appropriate jams scored by Uncle Kracker and stomping out the onscreen icons on your Dance Dance Revolution pad. If you fail to keep Holden's interest meter above a certain point, he shrugs his shoulders and goes to his parents' house.
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6
A Separate Peace - Minigame Collection

If there's one thing kids, moms, and grandparents love, it's a mini-game collection on the Wii. Here, we're taking John Knowles' 1959 classic and boiling it down to two camps -- Gene versus Finny. You'll choose your side -- smarty pants Gene or super-athletic Finny -- and set out in a number of Wii-specific competitions. Pump your Wii-mote and nunchuk to simulate a footrace between the two boys, turn your controller to the side for a heart-pounding Blitz Ball match, and climb on the balance board while your opponent wiggles his or her Wii-mote and attempts to maintain balance on a tree branch. Screw up, and you'll break your leg and die at the end of the game.
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5
Ethan Frome - Sledding Game

Edith Wharton's 1911 novel is the tragic tale of a man's desperate attempt to escape his loveless marriage. Anyone who was forced to read this book in high school knows that nothing exciting ever happens in Ethan Frome. That is, until the end of the story, when Ethan and his lover Mattie decide to take a suicidal sled run in an attempt to die together rather than live unhappily apart. If the term "epic fail" had been around in 1911, it would certainly have been applied to their efforts, as they were both horribly crippled instead. As far as we know, there has never been a videogame based on snow sledding, and it's time that changed. And since Ethan Frome is now copyright-free, videogame publishers can trade on Wharton's name. Parents reluctant to approve a purchase of Shaun White: Extreme Sledz would surely buy their children Ethan Frome's Sledventure. We'll just leave the bit about the adultery and suicide pact off the back of the box.
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4
Pride & Prejudice - Dating Sim

Pride & Prejudice is a 2005 film starring Keira Knightley and a bunch of other British people. According to the Internet, it was also an ancient book or something. All we know is, we want to date Keira Knightley, and we are disappointed that Activision did not sweep up the license to this movie/writey thing and make a fantasy dating sim for the DS based on its inspiring tale. You would play as Mr. Darcy, a super-cool rich dude who stares a lot and talks quietly. There's a bully called Mr. Wickham who's horning in on Keira, and you'll need to say nice things to her in order to keep her favor. There's also this guy Collins who is a White Mage, and you have to defeat him too (he's controlled by a witch). A bunch of other stuff happens too, but basically you need to navigate the maze of 19th Century mores, relationships and expectations in order to get to the good stuff.
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3
Animal Farm - RPG

It may have been bloody, brutal and depressing, but at least we all learned a little something by playing Fallout 3. By viewing America through a dystopian lens, we can sometimes see truths that are otherwise obscured. And there was perhaps no great dystopian writer than George Orwell, whose Animal Farm, a classic novel in the genre, is still being studied today. By reducing the grandest characters of Cold War politics to barnyard animals, Orwell provides a pre-made system though with to understand the personalities, conflicts and contradictions of the time. But Animal Farm is no easy read, and getting bogged down in the names and allegories is common. By turning Animal Farm into a role-playing game, you'll be able to immerse yourself in the story as never before. Complete quests for Snowball, fight in the Battle of the Cowshed and enjoy card-playing mini-games with a message. You'll have an A in history and a you'll have the PS3 Trophies to prove it.
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2
Of Mice and Men - Beat-'em-Up

This tale of ranch workers is both touching and sad. George (the intelligent half of the cookie) has to kill his best friendLennie (the super-strong giant) after the big man accidentally kills a woman by trying to touch her hair, and a mob comes looking for his head. Here, we flip the script and the two band together in a side-scrolling beat'em up. George and Lennie will have to battle through Curley and his men, the throngs of homeless, and some aliens. Can you and your friend (online and offline co-op supported) make it for the final stage and battle for your own farm and soft rabbits?
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Moby Dick - Fishing Game

How do you make one of the most important novels in American history into a videogame? Easy, make it a fishing game! You'll play as Ishmael, a sailor looking to get on with any crew he can in Massachusetts. The game gets moving when you meet Queequeg, a tattooed harpooner whose friendship you have to earn in a button-tapping mini-game in the bed you share. From there, it's on to the Pequod to meet Captain Ahab, hear his story, and begin your hunt for the great white whale. You'll need to fish to survive, solve puzzles to find other ships, and track the big guy through the open sea. Can you change the ending and take down Moby Dick?
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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby Grammaton » Aug 13th, '09, 14:05

Šeit ir pārītis ar darbiem, kurus es labprāt vēlētos redzēt spēļu veidā.

"Maija un Paija" - point&click quest
"Lāčplēsis" - fantasy RPG
"Zaļā Zeme" - simulator :)

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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby scoux » Aug 13th, '09, 14:14

Grammaton wrote:Šeit ir pārītis ar darbiem, kurus es labprāt vēlētos redzēt spēļu veidā.

"Maija un Paija" - point&click quest
"Lāčplēsis" - fantasy RPG
"Zaļā Zeme" - simulator :)


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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby kaarliitys » Aug 13th, '09, 14:33

Es jau sen uzskatu, ka vajadzētu Sprīdīti pārvērst tāda ala Fable spēlē, kur tu sāc maziņš un tad jau vēlāk kūsu un dūšu uzaudzē, savukārt Lāčplēsi vajag tādu drūmo RPG ķipa noir stilā ieturētu Witcher.

Monstri katrā sižetā ir spēles stilam atbilstoši, stāsts (papildināts ar Full HD) ir baudāms un viegli izsekojams, turklāt tas varētu tiešām nest LV vārdu pasaulē (Līdzīgi kā Witcher ar Poliju). Pilnīgi acu priekšā redzu cut-scene, kur Lāčplēsis ar Melno bruņinieku cīnās Daugavas krastā... hell, yeah!
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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby Grammaton » Aug 13th, '09, 14:35

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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby scoux » Aug 13th, '09, 16:04

kaarliitys wrote:kur Lāčplēsis ar Melno bruņinieku cīnās Daugavas krastā...


un kā Augusta spēļu apskatā viens mums zināms cilvēks teica ".. un aiztiek viens otru vietās.."
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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby DSguru » Aug 13th, '09, 18:51

Piekriitu par "Laachpleesi". Man liekas, ka vajadzeetu taisiit liidziigu LotR: The Two Thrones vai God of War.

Clive Barker "Midnight Meat Train" - First Person Horror/Beat-'em-Up
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Re: Literārie darbi iekš videospēlēm

Postby Brock » Aug 15th, '09, 18:41

kaarliitys wrote:Es jau sen uzskatu, ka vajadzētu Sprīdīti pārvērst tāda ala Fable spēlē, kur tu sāc maziņš un tad jau vēlāk kūsu un dūšu uzaudzē, savukārt Lāčplēsi vajag tādu drūmo RPG ķipa noir stilā ieturētu Witcher.

Monstri katrā sižetā ir spēles stilam atbilstoši, stāsts (papildināts ar Full HD) ir baudāms un viegli izsekojams, turklāt tas varētu tiešām nest LV vārdu pasaulē (Līdzīgi kā Witcher ar Poliju). Pilnīgi acu priekšā redzu cut-scene, kur Lāčplēsis ar Melno bruņinieku cīnās Daugavas krastā... hell, yeah!

hehe gluži kā es iedomājos, kad spēlēju Witcheri, ka varēja latviešu gamedevi līdzīgi Lāčplēša eposu RPG spēlē izveidot. Raganis jau savā ziņā līdzīgs čars poļiem jau ir kā mūsu Lāčplēsis.
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